Conference will recall the events surrounding the birth of the Law of the Obligations Act, analyze Estonia's courtroom experience with the law, compare our results with developments throughout Europe, and share thoughts about future directions for further evolution. The efforts for harmonizing private law among member states forces to discuss about the possibility to replace national law with the monolithic, singularly interpreted and rigidly enforced European private law. The Conference will provide a fertile forum for discussing and reflecting upon all these issues.
Ten Years of Estonia's Law of Obligations Act and Development of the Law of Obligations throughout Europe
29.11.2012 - 13:00 to 30.11.2012 - 17:30
Faculty of Law, Ministry of Justice, Supreme Court, DAAD
University Main Building (Assembly Hall), Dorpat Conference Centre